I did not encounter that horrid sickly stench, nor were the men so pale and wobegone.
Men stood speechless, haggard, wobegone, gazing at the desolation.
A gentleman at large, with a purse well-nigh as slender as an ell-wand, and as wobegone as a dried eel-skin.
I was surprised beyond measure when Sandy came back to Annan, and, wi' a wobegone countenance, called upon me.
My face shall never frighten people by being pale and wobegone.
Little of this wobegone song touched Flor even enough to let her know there was some one in the world more wretched than herself.
Alice scarcely heard him, she was shame-stricken and wobegone.
The man was Morton, the catcher, and he struck out miserably, and turned away toward the bench with wobegone countenance.
The effect of it, to the bystanders, is like that of a wobegone ballad-singer chanting a merry stave.
Poor little Nabul lifted up a wobegone face and slowly rose to his feet.